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Brazilian animals..... #5538270 01/12/15 10:50 PM
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Went to Brazil,the swamps area,called Pantanal,sorry,no hunt there,no one is allowed too.You'll more in trouble if you shoot a bird than a person.....lol

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Great pics!! Thank you for sharing up


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Great photos for sure. I love the sharpness, well done sir. Baker


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Great pics.

Good thing that first buck doesn't live in barbed-wire fence country.


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Very nice

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Amazing photos!


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good pics. No wonder that little spike didn't get horns. all his growth went to the other end. bolt

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Originally Posted By: 1riot1ranger
good pics. No wonder that little spike didn't get horns. all his growth went to the other end. bolt


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Great pics.


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Those top two look like something from our teacher's lounge.

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good pics. No wonder that little spike didn't get horns. all his growth went to the other end. bolt


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Seriously. Capybara I know, but what's the rest of it? Only thing I like about Brazil is their martial arts lolololol.

Re: Brazilian animals..... [Re: Newhorse357] #5539776 01/13/15 03:02 PM
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Hmmmmmm there's more in Brazil than Martial Arts......Food,woman,bull riders.....thats about it....lol!!!
That type of deer is always a spike,they never grow forks,not sure if that is a Mateiro(woods deer) or a Campeiro(fields,pasture deer). I wonder if his male parts are inflamed or they are all like that.....
They also have one called Cervo Pantaneiro,its like a mule deer with an white tail looking antlers,usually a 8 pointer with thick base,usually high and never wide kinda rack.

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Great Pics up
Color is amazing on that Deers Hide


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Neat pics, some Jaguar meals there cheers


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Originally Posted By: Newhorse357
Hmmmmmm there's more in Brazil than Martial Arts......Food,woman,bull riders.....thats about it....lol!!!
That type of deer is always a spike,they never grow forks,not sure if that is a Mateiro(woods deer) or a Campeiro(fields,pasture deer). I wonder if his male parts are inflamed or they are all like that.....
They also have one called Cervo Pantaneiro,its like a mule deer with an white tail looking antlers,usually a 8 pointer with thick base,usually high and never wide kinda rack.
Cool, thanks for info. Yeah I forgot about the women lol grin

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Those pictures are incredible!

Have any of the Brazil beaches?? roflmao


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I grew up hunting and eating capybaras in adjacent Venezuela. It's a fun hunt, they're fast and wary and hard to stalk up to on open grasslands. Plus, they make for water when alarmed, and if a wounded one makes it to water you're going to have to fight black caymans to recover it (not a good idea). The trick is to anchor them where they're shot to keep them from bolting.

Our whitetails were about 70-80%% the size of a Central TX whitetail, and rarely if ever did I see anything close to what's considered a trophy around here.

Interesting side note for any Catholic hunters out there. there is a valid dispensation from the Vatican (issued 200+ years ago) that allows Catholics to eat capybara meat during Lent, which made it very popular in Venezuela during that time of the year. The meat is primarily salted and air dried (not smoked) and then used to make stews or served shredded.


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I didn't know that!!!

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I grew up hunting and eating capybaras in adjacent Venezuela. It's a fun hunt, they're fast and wary and hard to stalk up to on open grasslands. Plus, they make for water when alarmed, and if a wounded one makes it to water you're going to have to fight black caymans to recover it (not a good idea). The trick is to anchor them where they're shot to keep them from bolting.

Our whitetails were about 70-80%% the size of a Central TX whitetail, and rarely if ever did I see anything close to what's considered a trophy around here.

Interesting side note for any Catholic hunters out there. there is a valid dispensation from the Vatican (issued 200+ years ago) that allows Catholics to eat capybara meat during Lent, which made it very popular in Venezuela during that time of the year. The meat is primarily salted and air dried (not smoked) and then used to make stews or served shredded.

Cool story. But is it any good?


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Awesome pics

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